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A Swiss mountain village conducted its domestic effluents to a coppice forest. This unexpectedly killed much of the Oak and Beech coppice. However, Poplars planted in 1954 and 1958 grew very well, and produced a thick layer of humus of excellent filtering capacity. KEYWORDS: Amelioration \ forest...

Author(s)
Decollogny, P.
Citation
forĂȘt, La, 1965, 19, 1, pp 7-10
Abstract

Considers the size and shape of the area most suitable for 3 species of Oak, Beech, Poplars, Scots Pine, Spruce, Larch, Douglas Fir, and Silver Fir, with regard to their silvicultural requirements and to the costs of meeting them, particularly in regeneration (soil working etc.) and protection...

Author(s)
Wagenknecht, E.
Citation
Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft, 1964, 14, 9, pp 279-81
Abstract

Describes the development of a new landscape of lakes, forest, agricultural land etc., with its vegetation and fauna; site factors and natural vegetation succession, leading occasionally to forest; and reforestation, including experience with different species (Pine, Beech, Robinia, Poplars, and...

Author(s)
Bauer, H. J.
Citation
Arbeiten zur Rheinischen Landeskunde, Bonn, 1963, 19, pp 101
Abstract

Presents Polish terms and definitions for various degrees of understocking and various sizes of gaps, and discusses the performance of Betula verrucosa, Fagus sylvatica, Quercus robur, Q. sessiliflora and Tilia cordata planted or sown in gaps and understocked areas in Pine stands. [Cf. F.A. 15 No....

Author(s)
Mroczkiewicz, L.; Urbanski, K.
Citation
Sylwan, 1960, 104, 7, pp 7-19
Abstract

Describes methods for increasing tree d.b.h. without reducing the quantity of wood per unit area at final cut, in which final crop trees are selected at an early age and systematically tended throughout the rotation. Spacing depends on site quality, size of timber required, and the planned...

Author(s)
Magyar, J.
Citation
Erdeszettudomanyi Kozlemenyek, 1959, 2, pp 25-50
Abstract

Proposes, with supporting Hungarian evidence, that on good sites R. pseudoacacia should share the overstorey with fast growers, e.g. Poplars, and have a Hornbeam understorey. On poor sites, only species biologically suited e.g. Pinus nigra var. austriaca should be mixed with it and then...

Author(s)
Babos, I.
Citation
Erdo, 1957, 6, 10, pp 361-71
Abstract

Includes notes on the following papers: Forest research in Hungary (F. Erdei); Present condition and development aims in Hungarian forestry (G. Balassa); Practical and theoretical questions regarding intermediate fellings in Hungarian forests (B. Keresztesi); Intermediate fellings in connexion with ...

Citation
Erdo, 1959, 8, 11, pp 401-48
Abstract

Divides the Alneto-Ulmion into (a) the Auwald, (b) bottomland forests with high water-table and (c) Aubruch. (a) is here defined as floodland forest (Elbe basin) on mainly clayey soils built up by deposition and still subject to flooding. its association group, the Fraxino-Ulmetum (Ash/Field...

Author(s)
Passarge, H.
Citation
Arch. Forstw., 1953, 2, 4/5, pp 340-83
Abstract

The author points out that about 100, 000 hold of the present forest area of Hungary are liable to flooding and another 100, 000 hold, although unsuitable, are used for agriculture-factors to be taken into account in planning the distribution of tree species over the next 20 years. On principle the ...

Author(s)
Madas, A.
Citation
Erdo, 1952, 1, 1, pp 9-15, 93-94, 97

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